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Spanish Grammar Explained
This party bores me
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Do you remember
? That was a while ago but I'm sure you are a pro in
Me gusta bailar
Exactly. There are other verbs that follow this logic and if something is hard for you, if it bores you or if it cheers you up, it will also take control over the verb.
So we'll need to place
before those as well? Such lazy verbs!
Aren't they? We won't have to think about conjugation either! Look for example at
, which means "to bore":
And if there are several boring things can I just make the verb plural?
I hope that you don't find yourself in that situation often, but yes! You're right! It's
What about the other two you mentioned before?
If in Spanish something is hard for you, you will say
and if something cheers you up, you will say
Me cuesta respirar.
Breathing is hard for me.
Me alegra escuchar a los pájaros.
A bird's singing cheers me up.
in English is "slope" which is also something hard for people to walk on or climb. Therefore you can have a sentence with double
Me cuesta subir la cuesta.
It's hard for me to go up the slope.
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